Joselito dela Cruz (Senior Osteopath) was born in the Philppines but grew up in London from the age of ten.
He studied to become an osteopath at University College of Osteopathy (formerly British School of Osteopathy) and gained his BSc degree in 1992 and subsequently his MSc degree in 2004 from European School of Osteopathy. Having set up his own practice after qualifying in London he took the opportunity to travel and work in Beijing-China (1998) and Berlin-Germany (1999).
He then arrived in Singapore in 2001 and founded Osteopathic Pain Relief Centre in 2002.
Joselito is a member of the General Osteopathic Council (UK) www.osteopathy.org.uk
He enjoys his work and has for the past three years volunteered to treat abandoned babies/children in an orphanage in Manila every 4-6 weeks. He lives with two rescued dogs in Singapore and he hopes to be part of a bigger community combining his interest carpentry and gardening by starting Community Garden at Tiong Bahru ———————————————————————————————————————————–
Ronald Villegas has been working in OPRC since August 2009. He qualified with an Associate Degree in Physical Therapy from Our Lady of Fatima University (Philippines) 1999. He is a Soft Tissue Therapist member of Sports Medicine Australia since October 2012. He is a member of World Confederation of Physical Therapist.
Over the years he has gained valuable clinical knowledge working with our resident Osteopaths. He receives direct osteopathic referrals to manage sports-related injuries as well as common musculoskeletal injuries that are related to postural imbalances and general activity related injuries.
He is liked by patients because of his ability to find, isolate and release specific muscle and fascial tensions. He will give advice on injury prevention and prescribe relevant exercises that help the patient’s healing process. Being diligent and caring has gained him a strong following and good reputation.